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“Zindagi Ke Crossroads” will see actor Ayaz Khan step into the shoes of a father, who will be in a dilemma whether to have a special child or abort the baby. (photo provided)

MUMBAI—“Zindagi Ke Crossroads,” that will air soon on Sony Entertainment Television is set to showcase relatable life-altering stories, inspired from the drama of life. Each episode will show a new story, and before a crossroad decision is taken by the protagonist, it will be put forth to the studio audience for deliberation. This audience is the representation of our country and will highlight what most of us would have done in that situation.

Popular television actor Ram Kapoor will not just encourage the audience to share their views but will also delve into the “Why’s” of their decision-making to bring alive the melting-pot of opinions in the audience for the narratives shown.

One such intriguing story is on the topic of the ‘special child’ that will see actor Ayaz Khan step into the shoes of a father, who will be in a dilemma whether to have a special child or abort the baby. It’s a heart-touching tale that will motivate viewers to think about thousands of such special children in the country.

Said Khan, “It was a wonderful experience shooting for ‘Zindagi Ke Crossroads,’ and (producer) Shabina Khan was always there to support and guide us. I could relate to being a father of a special child, as we all have come across special children. It is difficult to raise special children, but my heart goes out to the ones who look after them.”

About his crossroad in life, he said, “Every day is a crossroad for us, but it all depends on our decisions and choices. A choice is never right or wrong, but it always comes straight from the heart. Many years ago, I was at a crossroad too, whether to shift abroad or stay here in Mumbai with my father, who was bedridden for 14 years. But I feel happy now for staying back with my family.”

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